The Eccentricity is a watch designed and manufactured in the spirit of 18th and 19th century precision timepieces.
Started from a blank sheet of paper, without recovery or compromise, the entire architecture of the movement and the watch was built around the quest for harmony and technical excellence, regardless the difficulties generated by these choices.
Entirely designed and produced by the watchmaker himself, without the use of CNC machines or subcontracting, each pinion, each bridge including the escapement or the case are the result of a long and meticulous work. Believing that the time spent at the bench hand working gives an extra soul to the watch, Cyril Brivet-Naudot spent several years in his workshop turning, filing, adjusting and decorating all the components of the watch one by one. 'Eccentricity, thus reviving a bygone era when the watchmaker had to master all the skills required to produce a precision timepiece.
Winded using a key, a nod to its ancestors, the Eccentricity has no crown, it case keeps pocket watches’ beautiful symmetry.